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What's new? ○ The Past. ○ Measuring ONIE's health through statistics. ○ The Future. ○ Where do we go from here? NETWORKING. Embedded. Software...

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ONIE Project Update Alex Doyle Build Engineer Cumulus Networks

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New project lead - Alex Doyle. Things are running fine. Look for some enhanced build tools this year. Thanks, everybody!

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ONIE Update: --verbose Version ● ONIE is the Open Network Install Environment NETWORKING ○ It is an OS provisioning program for bare metal switches ● The Present ○ What’s new? ● The Past ○ Measuring ONIE’s health through statistics ● The Future ○ Where do we go from here? Embedded Software

What’s New? ● Me, as a project lead for ONIE ○ I’m a build engineer at Cumulus Networks ○ Taking over for the orignal lead, Curt Brune ○ ONIE encapsulates a number of my interests: ■ Linux systems, embedded and otherwise ■ OS installers ■ Clear documentation ■ Improving developer experiences ■ Community management

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I’m planning on: ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Not breaking what’s working NETWORKING Processing pull requests of code fixes and new platforms Keeping the code quality high Managing quarterly releases Helping out wherever I can Doing additional development Digging deeper into the code base Thanks to ONIE mailing list subscribers for jumping in Embedded Software

ONIE One Year Statistics - This Year 22 new machine definitions ..for a total of 161

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17 contributing individuals ...from 13 organizations 100 git commits Embedded Software

ONIE One Year Statistics - Last Year 43 new machine definitions

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24 contributing individuals 20 organizations So, cooling off some, but not bad! Embedded Software

Project Contributors - Thanks! ● ● ● ● ● ●

Accton Technology ARM Cogent Embedded, Inc Cumulus Networks Dell EMC Delta Networks

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Edgecore Networks Freescale Lenovo NXP Quanta Cloud Technology Red Hat

...as well as a number of individual contributors

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Where Do We Go From Here? ● Encourage community participation ● Don’t break what’s working ● Enhance the Docker container build environment ○ Reduce the number of steps to deploy ○ Make it a bit more comfortable ○ Use it as a reference build environment ■ For Jenkins build and automated testing ■ As well as debugging build issues

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In Conclusion ● ● ● ●

ONIE continues to be: Important Maintained ...and welcoming of well thought out pull requests

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Questions? NETWORKING

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Thank You! Source code: https://github.com/opencomputeproject/onie

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Documenation:https://opencomputeproject.github.io/onie/overview Mailing list: https://ocp-all.groups.io/g/OCP-ONIE

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ONIE Update --verbose Version ●







ONIE is the Open Network Install Environment ● Operating system provisioning program for bare metal switches

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The Present ● What’s new? The Past ● Measuring ONIE’s health through contributions and statistics The Future ● Where do we go from here? Embedded Software

What’s New? ●

Me, as a project lead for ONIE ● .Recently took over from the original lead, Curt Brune. ● We worked together at Cumulus Networks ● We’re big fans of ONIE ● I’m a Linux build engineer there ● ONIE is at the intersection of a number of my interests: ● Linux systems, embedded and otherwise ● OS Installers ● Clear documentation ● Improving developer experiences ● Community management (apparently I have “social skills”)

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...And I’ll Be: Not breaking what’s working ● Processing incoming pull requests for code fixes ● ...and new platforms ● Keeping the code quality high ● Managing quarterly releases ● Helping out wherever I can ● Doing additional development ● ...still coming up to speed, so a big thank you to the ● members of the ONIE mailing list for jumping in. ●

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ONIE One Year Statistics 22 New machine definitions ● ...For a total of 161 ● 17 Contributing individuals ● From 13 organizations ● 100 git commits ●

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Last year: ● 49 New machines ● 24 Individuals ● 20 organizations ● So, cooling off some, but not bad! ●

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Project Contributors – Thanks! Accton Technology ● ARM ● Cogent Embedded, Inc. ● Cumulus Networks ● Dell EMC ● Delta Networks ●



Edge-core Networks ● Freescale ● Lenovo ● NXP (Qualcomm) ● Quanta Cloud Technology ● Red Hat ●

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...as well as a number of individual contributors

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Where Do We Go From Here? Encourage community participation ● Keep things rolling along ● Enhance the Docker container build environment ● Fewer steps to deploy ● Make it a more comfortable development environment ● Use it as a reference build environment ● For Jenkins build/automated testing ● And debugging build issues. ●

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In Conclusion ONIE continues to be: ● Important ● Maintained ● ...and welcoming of well thought out pull requests ●

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Questions ? NETWORKING

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Thank You! Source code: https://github.com/opencomputeproject/onie Documentation: https://opencomputeproject.github.io/onie/overview/ Mailing list https://ocp-all.groups.io/g/OCP-ONIE